Nus trivia News a.i. video

With Tesla's Elon Musk and Rivian's RJ Scaringe, we have the Henry Ford and Alfred Sloan of electric vehicles (TSLA, GM, F)

9 reasons you should buy the standard iPhone 11 instead of an iPhone 11 Pro or 11 Pro Max (AAPL)

Why you should buy the $1,000 iPhone 11 Pro instead of the more expensive iPhone 11 Pro Max (AAPL)

A mathematical technique originally developed to help build the atomic bomb is now used to figure out how much CEO pay packages are worth — like with Elon Musk

Totallee launches super thin cases for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max - 9to5Mac

Apple is neglecting the MacBook in favor of the iPhone 11 – and that could cost it dearly - TechRadar

Google has adopted the smartphone formula that made Apple's iPhone so successful in the first place (GOOG, GOOGL, AAPL)

Apple is neglecting the MacBook in favor of the iPhone 11 – and that could cost it dearly

iPhone 11 vs iPhone 11 Pro comparison: Which should you buy? - 9to5Mac

Amazon Is Crowdsourcing Alexa’s Answers. Smart Tactic or a Questionable Move?

App code hints that Google might launch a Pixel 4a alongside the Pixel 4

The world’s most freakishly realistic text-generating A.I. just got gamified - Digital Trends

Compared: 2019 iPad 7th generation vs iPad Pro vs iPad Air & mini - AppleInsider

Daily Deals: Preorder Final Fantasy 7 Remake for $49, Preorder the new iPad for $30 Off, Get the new iPhone 11 and More

Leaks reveal Surface Pro 7 configurations ahead of Microsoft event - TechRadar

MIT boffins turn black up to 11 with carbon nanotubes that absorb 99.96% of light - The Register

One year after killing off its premium Apple Watch, Apple is bringing it back with a new version that costs as much as $1,400 (AAPL)

IoT devices still major target for cyberattacks

Oracle OpenWorld to shed light on next-generation autonomous cloud capabilities

Microsoft's dual-screen Surface device may use liquid-powered hinges

Elon Musk says SpaceX is getting ready to fly its Starship into orbit - Digital Trends

Date published: 2019-09-12
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.

SpaceX’s rendering of the Super Heavy Starship launching.SpaceX
SpaceX is preparing to launch its Starship spacecraft into orbit, pending approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). 
Teslarati reported that FCC applications submitted on September 9 reveal that SpaceX requested permission to authorize Starship suborbital test vehicle communications for SpaceX Mission 1569 from the Boca Chica launch pad. 
The test will include an Experimental launch, landing, and recovery of the Starship suborbital test vehicle. The vehicle will land about hundred or so feet from its launch site. 
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk confirmed the flight preparations in a tweet on Tuesday. 
Getting ready for flight of orbit-class Starship design
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 10, 2019
If approved, the test will take place at SpaceXs launch facility in Boca Chica, Texas. The application dates point to the possibility that the company could launch the Starship prototype, known as Starship Mk1, as soon as October 13. 
SpaceX is hoping for Starship Mk1 to reach an altitude of 22.5 km (13.98 miles). This height is a significant upgrade from SpaceXs Starhopper engine tests, which reached 150 meters (492 feet) during its August 27 launch. 
Starhopper is the prototype to Starship, which SpaceX hopes to be used as a commercial spacecraft that will be able to take off and land again, like an airplane. The hope is to have Starship ready for commercial flights by 2021. Musk has previously said that SpaceX hopes to land the Starship on the moon by that year, followed by a crewed mission a year or two later.
These tests are essential to perfecting the Starship rocket. Musks ultimate goal is to help set up a colony on Mars, bringing people on a trip to the moon, and even bring used for transcontinental travel. 
SpaceXs race to dominate the field of space travel also includes a partnership with NASA. In July, NASA announced the partnership with SpaceX to ...

Related stories

Elon Musk already planning rocket twice the size of SpaceX's Mars-bound Starship - Mirror Online

Elon Musk is already dreaming of a gargantuan 'next-generation' Starship. If built, the rocket's body would be wider than an NBA basketball court.

Explore more stories...

Continue reading story: Here.

Today's top stories on

Other trending stories

Tell us what you think!

Elon Musk says SpaceX is getting ready to fly its Starship into orbit - Digital Trends #Starship #SpaceX #Mk #tech

— NUS Trivia | tech news (@NusTrivia) September 12, 2019